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Caissas Clown
Member since Apr-21-08 · Last seen Jul-26-21
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   Caissas Clown has kibitzed 184 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-26-21 T Bree vs V Krutti, 1999 (replies)
Caissas Clown: <hdcc> : 'Unfortunately Bree didn't know it was a Monday.' The win could be even more Monday-fied , if Black had chosen to play ...38 Ke7.White then has the cruel 39.Qf6+ , needlessly delaying mate by one move , but giving us a Q sac.
   Apr-19-21 Kiriakov vs A Greenfeld, 2017 (replies)
Caissas Clown: Easy. Now for the hard bit : why does a GM play on to mate rather than resign in a classical format game ? Surely he was not in TT as early as move 25 ? Maybe Ne4 "looked" like check ? Or with both Q and R en prise, he did not see the mate ??
   Mar-04-21 Kholmov vs Sokolsky, 1952 (replies)
Caissas Clown: I wonder why a player of White's calibre let this be played out to mate , against another fine player ? Was Black in time trouble and White hoped for a mistake ? Or was White in time trouble and did not see the mate ? I guess we will never find out. Other possibility : White ...
   Feb-12-21 J Celis vs F Pancevski, 2012 (replies)
Caissas Clown: I am a very ordinary player , but found that easy. There was really only one line. Only time I paused was on the last move,when I considered 37..Qxg2 , before finding the mate.
   Dec-30-20 A Kovchan vs A Moiseenko, 2002 (replies)
Caissas Clown: I found 51..Qxg3 quickly.I doubt I would've found it so quickly in one of my own games,though-it's always easier to sacrifice someone else's Queen :-) !
   Dec-09-20 Ganguly vs Axel Smith, 2019 (replies)
Caissas Clown: Monday level , really , though I confess my first idea was 29.Qh5,allowing the Bxf2 'spite check'. Still wins , just slower.
   Nov-25-20 B Adhiban vs S Minero Pineda, 2016 (replies)
Caissas Clown: <HeMateMe> : You can play the move yourself and then request the engine to analyse it.You aren't restricted to analysing the games moves only.
   Oct-30-20 Y Neishtadt vs Gipslis, 1955 (replies)
Caissas Clown: Nice play ! I see that Neishtadt played few OTB games and has recently celebrated his 97th birthday. Wonder if there is any correlation between avoiding the stress of long OTB sessions and a player's longevity?
   Oct-22-20 I Findlay vs L Day, 1980 (replies)
Caissas Clown: Easy ! Doubt my chess would have improved so much,without the extra leisure time afforded by the C-word.
   Oct-01-20 Botvinnik vs Geller, 1969 (replies)
Caissas Clown: Every time I see Efim Geller victorious on the black side of the KID , I think WOW !
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